Rural for sale
318 Gommes Lane,
3 1 0
"Boronia Gully" 95.1952 ha (235.23 Ac)• Quality Throughout
• Excellent Water Supply
• Well Located
Situated in the locality of Sunnyside near Yornup and handy to both Bridgetown and Manjimup is the property known as "Boronia Gully", being 96 hectares or 237 acres and in the estimated 32 inch or 800mm rainfall belt.
The property is very gently undulating, mostly gravel loam soil type carrying originally Jarrah, Red Gum and Black Butt timber, however the property now has a very high percentage cleared and arable. There has been a sound fertiliser application history with lime applied 5 or 6 years ago.
Water is a feature of "Boronia Valley" with the main supply from 2 key dams of which one is equipped and runs main lines to several parts of the property. There are 3 other dams plus a soak to ensure year-round reliable supply.
The fencing is considered in very sound condition throughout with the property being divided into several paddocks all with swinging gates.
The approximately 180 m2 of living area brick veneer home on "Boronia Gully" is in very good condition throughout with some sections freshly painted. The 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom home has many many features including a large outdoor area.
The other infrastructure located on the property is all in solid condition including an all steel shed with concrete floor and power next to the house that serves in part as a garage with the balance partly set-up. With some further effort this could be used as a granny flat / teenage retreat.
The shearing shed, being approximately 8m x 16m (25' x 50') is all steel with power connected. There is another 8m x 16m (25' x 50') machinery shed. Next to that is a 10m x 30m (30' x 100') all steel general purpose shed, enclosed 3 sides. The workshop located on the western side of the property is all steel, fully enclosed and powered.
"Boronia Gully" has 480V power connected which is all underground to various points on the property.
A bonus to this well set up property is the vineyard which is in a good, healthy condition with the vines being trellised and watered by an automatic drip fed programme every 2 days during the hotter months.
A small cropping programme of approximately 20 hectares (50 acres) is carried out annually for supplementary feeding. In the past broccoli and Brussels sprouts were grown very successfully on the property.
The price of $1.25M is certainly considered very realistic in this market especially due to its location, generally reliable rainfall, water supply and the potential of other enterprises that could be carried out on "Boronia Gully". Certainly an inspection will not disappoint a discerning buyer.
For further details and inspection arrangements contact John Wilson on 0428 866 033 or Jeff Heath on 0429 311 223
Last updated: 01:26PM on Jul 25th 2018